LARISA MONDRUS, OR JUST LARISSA
Larisa Mondrus is called the number one star of Soviet pop music of the late 1960s and early 70s. And the first thing that pops up in my memory is…

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EVGENY MARTYNOV - SWAN OF THE SOVIET VARIETY
Coming from a simple family, Yevgeny Martynov managed to graduate with honors from the music and pedagogical institute, where teachers gave him the nickname “Gift” for his unique talent. A…

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New Orleans Jazz, Chicago Jazz, Dixieland
The earliest, New Orleans jazz is an inheritance of the tradition of marching brass bands with ensembles consisting of an impressive rhythm section (2-3 drummers, percussion, double bass), various winds…

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Lyudmila Zykina – QUEEN OF RUSSIAN SONG

Lyudmila Zykina is a singer who for a long time was perceived by the world as a symbol of Russia. A Moscow girl from a working-class family from an early age learned what labor is – she was a turner, a nurse, and a seamstress. Not much time has passed since the pores of a hungry military childhood, and for several generations of her compatriots Zykina became the most beloved, truly folk singer. She managed to combine the incredible popularity of the common people and the recognition of true connoisseurs of performing art. All songs performed by her became “Zykin”, regardless of who was the author. Her work has been recognized not only at home but also abroad. Continue reading

ADRIANO CHELENTANO: "IN THE SOUL I AM A CHOCKER"
Adriano Celentano - a unique phenomenon on the stage. All universities of the artist - 5 classes of elementary school and watchmaker's workshop. But before this ingenious self-taught masters of…

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WALKER IN THE NIGHT. FRANK SINATRA
With such a face, Frank Sinatra could become a successful intelligence officer - it was impossible to remember him. Small, inconspicuous, with gimlet of light eyes. But not with his…

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LARISA MONDRUS, OR JUST LARISSA
Larisa Mondrus is called the number one star of Soviet pop music of the late 1960s and early 70s. And the first thing that pops up in my memory is…

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